4 Reviews

What a wonderful, clean, fresh-tasting fish. No overpowering seasonings on the fish, letting the fish shine. I did broil mine, and also added a sliced tomato to my sandwich. Wonderful with the sour dough bread. Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom August 28, 2012

This is a gourmet fish sandwich! I used orange roughy and it was delicious. I cut way back on the tartar sauce, and still had some left over. Really enjoyed this. Made for Top Favorites of 2009 Tag Game.

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Julie F March 06, 2010

I happened to have fresh tuna, so used that. Served on sourdough toast. Thanks! Made for the Epicurean Queens-ZWT 2009.

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Sharon123 June 12, 2009

5*plus for this one. I didn't even take a bite yet before I knew it was going to rate top notch. It is perfect for a week night meal because it is quick, easy, and good! I used my George Foreman Grill since the flame is out on my broiler - which meant the fish cooked in about 3 minutes. There is an ample amount of tarter sauce - no dry sandwich here. I served it with roasted asparagus but next time I just might make 2 sandwiches for me and skip the side dish! I could easily enjoy this on a regular basis. Made by a fellow Epicurean Queen for ZWT 5!

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cookiedog May 13, 2009
Broiled Snapper on Toasted Sourdough